Lots of Dorado still biting, just having to travel a long ways to get em’… Same with the Yellowfin Tuna. While the Dorado have been 30 miles up the Pacific side, the Tuna have been 30 miles offshore. RedRum boats seem to be the only charter boat’s with lots of flags flying everyday because we are willing to spend what we have to get you all to the fish. Diesel fuel isn’t getting any cheaper and here in Cabo it doesn’t grow on trees.
Inshore bite is very busy for those that want action or are bringing along small children. 10-15 Sierra, 2-5 Bonita, and a few AmberJack or Roosterfish is an average day on the inshore.
After a few weeks of North winds on the Pacific, the Marlin that disappeared on the Pacific have popped back up, but on the Sea of Cortez. From Punta Ballena to Palmilla, boats are picking up 3-5 Marlin strikes daily (as of yesterday and today.)
For March fishing, I’m not mad at it!